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Hello From the Other Side: How Polyomaviruses Bind Host Proteins to Invade a Cell
Imagine that your friend
makes excellent lasagna, and you decide you want lasagna for dinner. Somehow,
you want to get yourself invited into his kitchen. You may start by walking
up to his front door and ringing the doorbell. The doorbell signals to your
fr...

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Tess Eidem bridges science and society
From roaming through Montana while dabbling in
documentary filmmaking to singing and writing science-y songs in a two-man band
with her husband Derek, Tess Eidem is not your typical postdoctoral fellow. The
energetic, permanently good natured and fascinatin...

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A Fork in the Road: Jack Stilgoe Considers the Future with Self-Driving Cars
Try to imagine a future
with self-driving cars. What do you picture? Are you sliding into your own
Tesla Model S, or are you calling up Driverless Cars Company X for a ride? Do
the cars circle campuses and downtown streets until summoned? Or do they
quietly...

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The Acidic Ocean: How Ocean Acidification Is Damaging Our Global Ecosystem
Why should we care about ocean acidification? Natalie Freeman, a PhD candidate in
the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences department, studies the effects of ocean
acidification on microscopic shell-making organisms known as
coccolithophores—the same organisms ...

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The Acidic Ocean: How Ocean Acidification Is Damaging Our Global Ecosystem
Why should we care about ocean acidification?

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The Acidic Ocean: How Ocean Acidification Is Damaging Our Global Ecosystem
Natalie Freeman, a PhD candidate in the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences department, studies the effects of ocean acidification on microscopic shell-making organisms known as coccolithophores—the same organisms that form England’s famed White Cliffs of Dove...

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The Acidic Ocean: How Ocean Acidification Is Damaging Our Global Ecosystem
Why should we care about ocean
acidification? Natalie Freeman, a PhD candidate in
the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences department, studies the effects of ocean
acidification on microscopic shell-making organisms known as
coccolithophores—the same organisms ...

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Sour Skittles and Ocean Acidification
Sour Skittles are addictive. In an attempt to enjoy all of the
tongue-tingling flavor I could, I once held each individual Skittle on my
tongue until all of its sugary sour coating had dissolved. This was a great
idea at first. After a while though, my tong...
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